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A one-year bond for all entries made in a single year with up to US$50,000 coverage. A Continuous Entry Bond is only required under special circumstances.
Entry and payment documentation for shipments that have been through the U.S. Customs and Border Protection payment and review process.
A fee imposed by customs on imported merchandise. The applicable charge will be based on the value and/or gross weight and may differ according to the commodity.
The preparation of a refund request for all or part of customs duty or domestic tax paid on imported merchandise that was subsequently either manufactured into a different article or re-exported.
The Fish and Wildlife Service requires the filing of certain documents, cites, permits, exams and inspections on any species or products that fall under the Fish and Wildlife jurisdiction. A fee will be assessed for UPS preparing and submission of the Fish and Wildlife USFWS form 3177.
Special documents must be filed for a shipment not properly marked with the country of origin. A customs power of attorney must be completed and on file with brokerage before the shipment can be forwarded to the consignee for proper marking.
Special processing to ensure that the required NAFTA documentation on a shipment is complete to allow any applicable reduced tariff.
A one-time bond that is issued to ensure compliance with U.S. laws and regulations.
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